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Houlihan Lokey expands Capital Markets Group with new hire

International investment bank Houlihan Lokey has appointed Chris Hebble as a Managing Director in the firm’s Capital Markets Group. He is based in Los Angeles.

Hebble joins from Cerberus Capital Management (CCM), where he was a Managing Director responsible for origination, underwriting, portfolio management, and investment exits for a broad range of private finance transactions. Prior to CCM, he was a Principal at Caltius Mezzanine Partners in Los Angeles, a fund focused on providing junior capital financing alternatives to privately held middle market companies. Hebble was a Vice President at Houlihan Lokey from 2000–2004.
“As alternative sources of financing continue to grow substantially, both in demand and availability, our clients more than ever require deep expertise in a broad range of capital markets solutions,” says Scott Adelson, Co-President and Co-Head of Corporate Finance. “Having worked on nearly every type of private financing transaction, Chris is very well-positioned to deliver this depth of expertise to our clients, and we’re delighted that he has returned to Houlihan Lokey.”
“Over the past several years, Houlihan Lokey has built a substantial Capital Markets Group that delivers unique, bespoke financing solutions to its clients. I’m thrilled to return to the firm at such an exciting stage of its growth and I look forward to continuing the success it has achieved to date,” says Hebble.
The Houlihan Lokey Capital Markets Group is a leading provider of global financing solutions and capital-raising advisory services for a broad range of corporate and private equity clients across all industry verticals. Following the addition of Hebble, Houlihan Lokey’s Capital Markets Group now comprises 30 professionals across New York, London, and Los Angeles.
Hebble holds a BS from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA in Finance from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.

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